Family support charity organises Royston Kite Festival kids’ art competition

PUBLISHED: 12:01 02 July 2018

Last year's Royston Kite Festival on Therfield Heath. Picture: Ray Munden

Last year's Royston Kite Festival on Therfield Heath. Picture: Ray Munden


A family support charity is urging youngsters to take part in their art competition ahead of this year’s Royston Kite Festival.

The competition, organised by Home-Start Royston & South Cambs, is open to children up to the age of 11 and will be judged in the following categories – under 3s, three to five-year-olds, six to eight, and nine to 11-year-olds.

Those taking part should design a kite picture on a piece of A4 paper or card, and on the back include name, age and telephone number.

Post your entry by Friday, August 3, to Home-Start Royston & South Cambridgeshire, Unit 6 Valley Farm, Station Road, Meldreth, SG8 6JP or go along and see representatives on the HSRSC stall at the kite festival on August 5 at Therfield Heath and do your picture then.

There will be a display of pictures on the stall and entries will be judged towards the end of the event.

Prizes will be awarded for each age category and winners will be notified.

For more information, call the Home-Start office on 01763 262262.


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